Local makers are really delivering the goods on the current fun-in-a-can cocktail trend. Pop open a cold one, we say!
The Star's expert illustrator, Durell Godfrey, who is the author of two coloring books for adults, created this fun yard sale scene to celebrate the end of summer and the arrival of what locals lovingly call Tumbleweed Tuesday. Grab some colored pencils or markers and get to work! Don’t forget to snap a picture of your masterpiece for Instagram and tag East Magazine — we're @east_mag — and have fun looking for all the East-Hampton “Easter eggs” in there.
What are the most beautiful views a tourist — or staycationer — can seek out? Here's a bit of autumnal travel intelligence, with the help of ChatGPT.
The women of the Shinnecock Indian Nation have been helping lead for generations. We celebrate some of those, past, present, and future, who have created a better life for Indigenous people here and beyond.
Steaks are the simplest thing to cook — but also, to many of us, something of a nailbiting mystery. (Will it be shoeleather?) Nina Dohanos talks to her favorite butcher to unlock the secrets of Prime.
Ahoy, there, electric boats! Susan Lehman sings the praises of battery-powered leisure cruising. The pace may be slower, but that's part of the pleasure.
Connecting life as a child of immigrants to her modern-day cooking practice, Kristina Felix offers an inside look at the making — and meaning — of corn tortillas.
There's no substitute for that tangy crunch — best for burgers, synonymous with sizzling long-weekend cookouts. EAST decided to throw a staff pickle party, to taste-test Long Island makers' brined best.
Incrementally over the past few years, Scott Bluedorn has — somehow, by silent mutual agreement among the gallery-going public — become acknowledged as the artist who is able to distill the quintessence of East Hampton and echo it back in watercolor, graphite drawing, etching, and sculpture.
It used to be called Liar's Saloon. Now it's called Marlena's Pack Out, and nothing’s really changed, except last call’s a lot earlier now.
Summer is winding down, and it is the perfect time to reflect on those things that are truly important. . . . like our staff-member nostalgia for nineties teen magazines! Here is a little throwback to a more fun (and cheesy) time. Whip out your Hello Kitty pen and discover which East End locale matches your personality. Which hamlet is so totally you?
As September approaches, we should be heaving a wistful sigh and shopping for pencil sharpeners and argyle socks, but . . . this isn’t what happens to most of us out here, is it? Things are different when you live in a beachside resort town. We are overcome with a curious but unmistakable fillip of extra buoyancy. This issue we are celebrating that feeling of being unbound.